Friday, November 2, 2012

I Take Out Woollens..


Written  for Haiku Heights & OSI
Rebecca's Haiku My Heart


Prompt: Nature

From my book "A Little More Than Ordinary.."
I have always found nature hiding greatest
lessons of life in its unfolding everyday...This one just happened...


"Welcome Breeze",
Exclaim fresh leaves
And dry ones cry,
"No please, no please"

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I Take Out Woollens..

Nature has her way
to keep changing her attire;
layer of winter

Layer of winter
subdues fury of the Sun;
I take out woollens..

I take out woollens;
happy hues and the colours
say a warm hello..

RS:)

21 comments:

  1. I had the weather in mind too, this is a warm piece

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  2. Like that Nature has it's way of changing attire. Nice rhythm too it as well as sentiment

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  3. The many faces of nature. Nice one.

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  4. Taking out woollens has a lovely ring and feel to it!

    Nature Paints

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  5. Rameshji Namaste! Your Haiku and poetry always brings a smile..:) How beautiful this winter is with this Haiku :)

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  6. Hi Ramesh
    I was thinking about sorting out my woollens too.
    Winter is coming.

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  7. Good one Ramesh, love the way you have painted nature here in your haiku.
    Namaste

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  8. Awesome job with the nature prompt! I like the flow of it.

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  9. I love the first one!
    Please! Please! - Really nature brings different news for different people.

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  10. Loved the first one! Wonderful thought, beautifully rhymed...

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  11. I wish to be as happy about taking out my woolens as you.....nicely painted palette

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  12. Delicious thoughts in this collection. My woollens have to be wool, though - none of that acrylic rubbish.

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  13. Ready for the winter!!! I had forgotten how that went, we don't need to do that in Texas. Right now we are in London, I suppose these folk will do that.
    ..

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  14. I always enjoy that time of the year. Beautifully crafted. A pleasure to read and relate to my own life.

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  15. It is that time of year. I love this time of year of woolens and time to enjoy nature.

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